Weekly Timetable (11/05/20)
OGGY OGGY OGGY! OI! OI! OI! 😎😎😎
Hope you're all keeping well and enjoyed your bank holiday weekend. ☀️
I'm sure you all watched the news last night and saw Boris' announcement. We (Y6) were given a special mention and will be one of the first classes to come back to school. In what capacity and what date, I'm not fully sure- we will have to wait and see what June brings. It will be lovely to see you all again. 😌
Also, this week you would have been sitting your much anticipated SATs. Luckily for you, you no longer need to sit them. YAY! (Although I know you would have smashed them!) 2020 really is the gift that just keeps giving. 🙄🙄🙄
Anyway, keep doing what you're doing - unless it's not what you should be, then stop immediately - we got this! 🌈
We will see each other very soon for bad jokes, even worse dancing and belly laughs!
Much love Miss Donnelly, Kerry and Mrs Kemp xxx
Number of the Week: 69
SATs style questions (Wednesday)
SATs style questions (Thursday)
Science Concept Cartoon (Thursday)
You will not believe how much it will brighten someone's day.
Solve this riddle: What is full of holes but still holds water?
Some other fun and free ideas to pass the time:
A word I know, six letters it contains, remove one letter and 12 remains, what is it?
Some useful links...
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Don't stress about schoolwork. In June, we will get your children back on track. I am a teacher and that's my superpower. So right now I need you to share your calm, strength and laughter. No children are ahead. No children are behind. Your children are exactly where they need to be (at home in lockdown!)
Miss Donnelly, Kerry and Mrs Kemp xxx
It will all be alright in the end, if it's not alright, it's not the end x
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